EVRF® - One device - 3 Treatments

EVRF® - The equipment:

EVRF® has 2 major parts: the generator and the probes

(insulated needles or patented catheters)

The generator creates the impulse while the needle is used for accuracy. The combination of the generator and insulated needle allows a very precise amount of energy to be delivered to exactly the right place with proven results.

The impulse can be set between 0.1 seconds and 1 second in 0.1 second increments. The impulse is delivered using a control pedal. The newest feature allows you to the set the impulse either to 1 pulse per pedal press or multiple pulses per pedal press.

The power can be gauged between 1 to 25W par 1W increments. The combination of these two settings means that high accurate doses of energy can be delivered. Next, the power and impulse values are accurately maintained by a microprocessor and displayed on a LCD screen. The values can be digitally adjusted using the touchscreen.

The [ultra-fine] needles has a diameter of 0.075 mm for the K3i and 0.15mm for the K6i allowing for accurate operation and is protected by a special isolating sheath. The vessel is thermocoagulated without damaging the epidermis or surrounding tissue.

The needles are nickel; however, in the event that a patient has a nickel allergy, gold needles are available. The needles are disposable and can be used for one complete session.


Upgraded Features

• Multi-pulse foot pedal option
• Intuitive, multi-language "touch screen" user interface
• Enhanced durability and quality
• Sleek, compact design
• Square wave technology delivered by proprietary microprocessor
• Upgradable for future endovenous treatment as collateral reticular perforators (FDA pending) and GVS  (Not available in the USA)


CR12i and CR30i (veins of 1 to 5mm)

Large varicose veins from 1 to 5mm are treated with a specially designed hand catheter. The catheter is manipulated with a sterilized handset. Scrolling the handset’s wheel will move the catheter into or out of the vein.These handsets are easy to hold and control, very flexible and the perfect insulation makes it possible to slide the catheter into a varicose vein and coagulate the vein from inside. The catheter will be inserted into the vein and retracted step by step until the vein is completely closed. This thermocoagulation effect is similar to the treatment of the large saphena vein.



CR45i (GSV) not for USA

For the treatment of the Great Saphenous Vein, the CR45i catheter is used. Its 5mm non-isolated tip and its flexibility allow for a smooth insertion. The catheter will be pulled back gradually until the entire vein is closed. This procedure will take about 5 minutes. Saphena Magna ablation with EVRF® is minimally invasive, preventing unpleasant and possibly unsafe side effects such as pigmentation defects, superficial thrombophlebitis or deep venous thrombosis (DVT). Patients experience minimal discomfort and normal daily activities can be resumed within one day.


Benefits for Clients:

• Instant results, the vein disappears immediately

• Lasting results
• Short procedure time (less than 30 minutes)
• Can be used on all areas, including ankles, knees and face
• No dressings/ bandages are needed

• Comfortable, tolerable 

• For all skin types

• Immediate sun exposure.
 What is equally important is the lack of side-effects

• No depigmentation

• No allergic reactions

• No burns

• No necrosis

• No inflammation


Benefits for Practitioners:

• Unipolar thermocoagulation with proprietary square wave technology
• Fast and easy vein treatment procedures
• Treat untreated veins in your practice
• Average fee charged for a 15 min treatment session $300 - $500
• Cash flow positive in 1 hour of treatments per month


Before After


New study pain score - shows good results with the EVRF


Nearly one 1 year ago Dr L. Rasmussen from Denmark started using the EVRF for GSV treatment.
In his clinic in Naestved Dr L. Rasmussen performed several cases and compared the patients postoperative pain score to the other methods.

He quotes : “EVRF is one of the thermo ablation methods with the smallest pain score”.








Pain Study

Clinical on 5,000 patients Turkey

Clinical Pompidou France

Clinical study on 50 patients

Clinical on 400 patients

Sociedad Mexicanana De Angiolog y Cirugia Vascular